Welcome to our little Bible based, power packed neighborhood church!

This blog site is about keeping our congregation informed on our latest news along with past, present and future events. We pride ourselves in our work with the community and the involvement of our practitioners in the lives of the young and the old.

Pastor Elwin leads us in devotion. Through his inspirational messages we set in motion the good deeds that benefit people for miles around. We hope that our reach extends even farther as those who we assist go out into the world and spread the word of God through their actions. In any given week you may find our volunteers bringing their best to aid and improve the area through our active Christian ministry.

At Cross Irvine our mission is to feed the hungry, house the homeless, educate and celebrate. We revere the blessings of Nature and the innate goodness of humankind. We promote after school and summertime programs that keep kids off the streets. We have projects that incorporate hands-on learning for those who otherwise would be left aimless. We gather in support of our military to help let them know they are not forgotten.

Our satisfaction comes from positive results. The fulfillment we get, is always more than enough. We ask in return that you find peace and balance through your interaction with us. It’s a two way street and it’s just what it is. We are united in service to the betterment of the whole. Since we work under the mantle of we are all One in the eyes of God, every individual we reach represent the whole.

Admittedly, we have to acknowledge that as much as we try, there are portions that we don’t reach. The thing is we do touch a lot of people in their time of need. We are a Non-Profit 501C, and rely on fundraisers, gifts from congregants and commercial concerns who have chosen to participate in our financial ministry. We are a church with open arms and big hearts. Come join us to get a feel for whether we are a right fit for you. You will find our volunteer program has something for everyone, and since the bottom line is peace and balance, we don’t ask anyone to over extend. Besides, we figure if you lose peace and balance as a volunteer, then what is the point, anyway?

So on behalf of myself, the Staff and other volunteers we would love to meet you. Come and join the friends and family of Cross Irvine. Thank you for checking in with us to learn more, and we are tickled that you are part of our readership.


William Cutler